Tuesday Teaching Tip 214
“They tell of the glory of your kingdom and speak of your might” (Psalm 145:11)
Basic preaching and teaching course for men and women
Extra Class: Summary and answering Questions. Tuesday Teaching Tip 214
- TTT: “How to give feedback to a preacher”
- Three rules
- Do you want some?
- How much?
- How do you want it?
- Evaluation criteria
- Bible – used accurately
- Point – clear?
- Heart – touched?
- Presentation – un-distracting?
- Include text in sermon notes
- Physical Bible where possible
- “Don’t turn there”
- “As it says in….
- Remember who you are – not a ‘preacher’: Michael J. Quicke, “360 degree preaching”, p201
- Remember the power of humility: John Stott, “I believe in preaching”, p335
- Remember the vision: Dr M. Lloyd-Jones, “Preaching and preachers”. p325
- Remember the greatness of God: John Piper, “The supremacy of God in preaching”, p109
- My own experience: Isaiah 30:19ff
- Question: “What is the biggest lesson you have learned through this course?”
- “One generation commends your works to another; they tell of your mighty acts.” (Psalm 145:4 NIV11)
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